wretchedly

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Etymology[edit]

wretched +‎ -ly

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wretchedly (comparative more wretchedly, superlative most wretchedly)

  1. In a wretched manner.
    • 2006, Wilkie Collins, The Moonstone, ICON Group International, Inc., page 157 [1]
      I felt wretchedly old, and worn out, and unfit for my place - and began to wonder, for the first time in my life, when it would please God to take me.

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